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This paper will be divided into two parts, Part A Reading and Part B Writing,
with equal weighting. The two parts will be thematically related.
Paper 1A Reading (1 hour) (20%)
Candidates will be required to respond to a variety of written texts of different
lengths and levels of difficulty. A range of question types will be used,
including multiple-choice items, short responses and more extended openended
Paper 1B Writing (1hour 30 minutes) (20%)
There will be two writing tasks. The first task will be a short, guided one
(100 – 150 words). Candidates will be provided with the situation and the
purpose for writing, as well as some relevant information. The second task
will be longer and more open-ended (200 – 250 words). Pictures and other
forms of graphic representation may be used in setting tasks.
Paper 2 Listening and Integrated Skills (2 hours) (30%)
There will be a variety of listening, reading and writing tasks based on the
same theme. At least one of the writing tasks will require candidates to
produce an extended piece of writing (100 – 200 words).
Paper 3 Speaking (15%)
Part A Group discussion (preparation: 5 minutes; discussion: 6 minutes
Four candidates will be grouped together and will take part in a group
discussion based on given prompts. These prompts may be in prose form or
may be presented graphically, in tables, graphs, flow charts, pictures and so on.
Candidates may be required to make suggestions, give advice, make and explain
a choice, argue for and/or against a position, or discuss the pros and cons of a
proposal. The emphasis will be on effective communication rather than on task
Candidates will be given five minutes for preparation and will be allowed to
make notes. During the discussion they may refer to their notes.
Part B Individual response (one minute per candidate)
Each candidate will respond individually to an examiner’s question(s), which
will be based on the group discussion task. Candidates may be required to make
and justify a choice, decide on and explain a course of action, argue for or
against a position, and so on.
Candidates will be assessed on the quantity, quality and organisation of their
ideas; the clarity and accuracy of their pronunciation and delivery; the
appropriacy and accuracy of their vocabulary and language patterns; and their
ability to establish and maintain interaction in both parts of the speaking
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